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When Your Life Changes

Home not-to-do list

Glacier National Park coloring page
Last Summer at Two Dog Flats…five adults colored while we waited for lunch.

Home not-to-do list:

  • Do not use your memory to make to-do lists (write it down).
  • Do not allow a busy schedule to be an excuse for not being organized.

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Make It Simple

A growing to-do list with no end in sight?

A growing to-do list with no end in sight?

The paperwork of life doesn’t end until we die.

This can be overwhelming.

Simplicity is an uphill battle.

 

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On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.

 

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The great Summer of 2013

Preparing for the morning and for a break from a 28-year routine

Sanibel Island sunset
Sanibel Island, a Summer vacation favorite for many

 

Sampling of today’s to do list:

  • start day on knees in prayer (done)
  • make coffee and write five blogs (almost done)
  • ultra-slow jog “five mailboxes”
  • Breakfast with Family
  • yard work
  • swim
  • pack a little for big vacation trip
  • go out to lunch somewhere near or inside Disney World

Did I mention this Summer’s vacation is not to Sanibel Island?

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Day To Day

When You’re Organized

When you’re organized and plan ahead, if you’re lucky, you get do do some things you didn’t have time, or presence of mind, to do before.

Writing 155 March Blog Posts has been an awakening to several things:

  • Relentless commitment to post 5 daily blogs
  • Restless commitment to make a difference
  • Acute appreciation of my own effort
  • The thrill of radical change
  • The thought of turning a corner

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